Join us via Teams for an introductory OER workshop where we will explore affordable learning alternatives, the benefits of OER, and help you get started searching for OER.
You've done the research and are read to publish--now where should you publish it? This 30-min session serves as an introduction for new researchers and those just starting to publish. The workshop will outline methods to identify and assess the quality of journals in your discipline using library and freely available resources. We will also discuss the basics of the peer review process and frequently asked questions about the publishing process.
Schedule a one-on-one consultation with one of our experts.
Request a book chapter or article via ILLiad.
Explore the library's online resources.
Our online tutorials and courses cover a range of topics that guide you through using our resources and services. You must self-enroll in order to access any tutorials or courses.
The archival collections include historic photographs, yearbooks, school newspapers, course catalogs, business papers of administrative offices, rare books and special collections.
We use digital technology to collect, preserve and provide access to information. Our digital collections are open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the general public.
Submit 3D Print Jobs to the library.
Computer workstations available for use on campus. Printing and scanning stations are also available.
Check out laptops, tablets, and other equipment for use.
The Things Which Keep Him Busy part of the Waring Historical Library Medical Caricatures Collection.
While every period of history contains dramatic events, the COVID-19 pandemic is an extraordinary time in medical history. The MUSC COVID-19 Archive has been created to document the daily life of the Medical University of South Carolina, its students, faculty, and staff as well as the lives of those in South Carolina and the Southeast impacted by healthcare and the pandemic.